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1965 SOU'WESTER 

SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE YEARS 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 





STAFF 

Bernard Alger Editor 

Sandra Frederick Assistant Editor 

Jack Bodden Copy Editor 

Joan Bray Classes Editor 

Dianne McKimmey Organizations Editor 

Dorothy Bohmfalk Faculty Editor 

Dorothy Slaughter Art Editor 

Kathy Riser All School Beauty Review 

Carol Cockrell, Miscellaneous Editor 

Pat Scott Photography 

Horace Evans Photography 

Elise Zerr Seniors Editor 

Bill Watts General Staff 

Lanny Naegelin ; . . . . General Staff 






TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



ACTIVITIES 



PERSONALITIES 



ORGANIZATIONS 



ADMINISTRATION 



FACULTY 



CLASSES 



SPORTS 



GREEKS 



IN DEDICATION TO 
DR. DURWOOD FLEMING 

PRESIDENT OF 
SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 




Martin Ruter Dormitory 



Mood Hall Dormitory 




Laura Kuykendall Dormitory 




THESE ARE THE PLACES WHERE WE 
LIVE, STUDY, REST . . . 



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WINTER COMES TO SOUTHWESTERN 




Fine Arts Buildiiu 




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Religious Activities Center 




Student Union and Chapel 



AND THESE ARE THE SILENT VESSELS 
OF A UNIVERSITY 



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Dr. Soulen, Gerald Everett 
Harris Armstrong and Gene Davis 




Class in front of Cody Memorial Library 





WHICH BECOME ALIVE WITH THE 
INTERACTION OF STUDENTS 
AND FACULTY . . . 



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Susan Flemming, Dave Denny, Marcy Fisher, Harris Armstrong 






Student Union Dance 



TO FORM THE UNIVERSITY 
COMMUNITY WHERE . . . 



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Graduation-Class of 1965 




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Graduation-Class of 1965 



. . . WE WILL CEASE NOT TO LEARN 
UNTIL WE CEASE TO LIVE . . . 



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ACTIVITIES 



PERSONALITIES 





Tired parents and excited girls keep the LK 
assembly line going 



FRESHMEN ARRIVE 




Sunday, September 13 — dorm registration — confusion ! 



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AND A NEW YEAR BEGINS 



The pause that refreshes — a long, needed rest be- 
tween trips to third floor Ruter. 



Lynn Pizzitola and Doug Kings- 
bury arrive — ready to study? 




Molly, Susan, Kathy, and 
Pam arrive ready to set up 
their fashionable dress 
shop on second floor 
Kurth! 



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One hundred chairs in search of students. 



"I wanted English, History, and Speech. I 
got Hungarian literature, physics, and Chi- 



nese. 




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REGISTRATION 






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Tran Van Dinh speaks on the Viet 
Nam situation. 




Chemistry students, under the watchful eye of Mrs. Tipton, experiment with new 
methods of chemical warfare for Viet Nam situation. 



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"Mother Courage" and son. 



Philip Evett discusses his exhibit with Susan 
Green, Nan Fleming and Fred Goode. 



FINE ART EXHIBIT 



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THE GREAT PUMPKIN TO ARRIVE 



"Do you think that's him up 
there now?" 



"Do you think he'll recognize 



us: 





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"If he comes near me, I'll knock 
his head off and you catch it in 
your bucket ! " 



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Jakie Shrum exhibits the "casual, 
evening look" at the all-male style 
show. 




The Independent Jail — where old 
friends meet at the Halloween Car- 
nival. 



I am not the 
Great Pumpkin 
in disguise," 
Harry Green 
emphasized. 




Carnival parade 
winds through 
downtown Georgetown 



Ben Oefinger wins the "Miss Mad- 
ras" coveted award. 



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The ADPi's had a political poll 
booth— and Eugene Debs won by a 
landslide ! ! 



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Charrrrrrge! !!!!!! 



KAPPA ALPHA DERBY DAY 



The potato race was 
the second event. 



"Whadda ya mean Dr. Wolcott 
made 'em in his lab?" 




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Phi Mu's win the trophy 





"Pledges will do anything for 



a laugh." 




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. . . and afterwards backstage 



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Mr. Cho discussed program plans 
with Mr. Moreno, Joe Aranki, Dr. 
Teele. and Mr. Mangum. 




KOREAN DANCER VISITS CAMPUS 



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CAMPUS 



Dean Allen and AWS officers pack up after 
the Dallas convention. 



Pat Garrett and Wilton Woods 
shake hands before debate on com- 
ing Presidential election. 




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\T LARGE 



The ADPi's serenade their Mr. 
Goblin candidate, Bill Watts. 



Chapel speaker arrives on 
camel. 





National Science Foundation's Dr. Raymond Seeger 
visits chemistry lab during his stay on campus. 




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CHRISTMAS ON CAMPUS 




Our second number will be, "All we want for Christmas is the Brown Foundation. 



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"We Three Kings' 




"Santa Claus is having his party on first floor, 
when the lights go out, run for it!" 





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Bill Middlebrook gets lit in Sub. 



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"This is how we did it when I was in col- 
lege." 




"You get Clifford, I've got the guy in 
the red suit." 



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The big snow-fall marked the beginning of 
the second semester. 




I think she's made of ice. 



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Governor John Connally proclaims February 5, 1965, Southwestern Uni- 
versity Day in the state of Texas. President Durwood Fleming is on hand 
to accept the proclamation. 




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Mr. Cho instructs rhythms 
class, during his visit. 



Southwestern Paddy wagon picks up chapel delin- 
quents 




Frank's Little Acre. 



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He's got a face only a mother 
could love. 



The Spirit Committee builds a 
Pirate for Homecoming. 




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'You play, buster, I'll do the singing.' 



SOUTHWESTERN 





After the Casino and Bar closed, 
there was square dancing. 



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'UN-TIER DAY 




"Don't worry, this money's from 
my work program." 




The girls took over the pool hall — poor Frank ! 




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Dr. Charles Thrift delivered the 
sermon at the Charter Day Service. 





DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 

(I. to r.) Dr. Lawrence Wilkinson, Dr. W. Shelton Darcus, 
son, Senator Jarrard Secrest, Marion Moody Hardin, Dr. 
Mrs. Ruth Morgan Ferguson and Judge H. 0. Metcalfe. 



Dr. Will Woodward Jack- 
Warren Roberts, (front) 



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Dr. R. M. Hawkins, Dr. Durwood Fleming, and Mrs. Ruth Morgan Ferguson. 



CHARTER DAY 




Dr. Durwood Fleming, Dr. Charles Thrift, Dr. I. J. McCook 



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Homecoming Queen, Carol Dengler, 
with Dr. Durwood Fleming (r.) 
and Dr. R. M. Hawkins, of Dallas, 
President of the Southwestern Uni- 
versity Ex-Student's Association. 




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HOMECOMING QUEEN NOMINEES 

(I. to r.) Mona Lowman, Carol Cockrell, June Pearson, Carol Dengler, Pat Riley, 
Phyllis Kidson, Lyn Moores, and Mary Ann Clendenin. 



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Nelson and Neal, duo-pianists, in concert during Southwest- 
ern's Fine Arts Series. 



Dr. George Besalla spoke at the Pi Gamma Mu banquet. 




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Sons of three Stooges visit Southwestern — Larry, Moe, and Curley Joe. Here they 
participate in a scene from Oh Professor, Poor Professor, Please Don I Leave South- 
western 'Cause You're Our Favorite Professor And We 11 Feel So Sad. 



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Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Dobie 



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SOUTHWESTERN'S DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS, 
J. FRANK DOBIE, DIES SEPTEMBER 18, 1964 







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At autograph party for Dobie's last book, I'll Tell You a Tale, Dr. Ludwig Merzbach 
admires his copy. 



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Miss Sue Farrington, Peace Corps Volunteer, visited 
Southwestern on April 28, 1965. 



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Remember the rather big "Bermuda Blast"? You 
don't, too bad. 




David Wallace gives his speech for the position of Fresh- 



man senator. 



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PERSONAL 



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MISS 
SOUTHWESTERN 



Miss Judy Love from Del 
Rio, Texas was chosen to be 
Miss Southwestern for the year 
1964-1965. She has a major 
in Elementary Education and 
is a member of the Delta Delta 
Delta Sorority. 



Judy and President Fleming just 
after her coronation. 




The nominees for the 1965' 
iss Southwestern" included 
from left to right: Mona Low- 
man, Judy Love, Judith Led- 
better, Elise Zerr, Beverly 
Stewart, Mary Ann Clendenin. 
and Karen McDonald. 



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ALL-SCHOOL 
BEAUTY 

Miss Maetha Kay Pierce from Fort 
Worth, Texas and a member of trie 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority was select- 
ed to be this year's All School Beauty. 
She is an elementary education major 
and hopes to teach eventually. 





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HOMECOMING QUEEN 

MISS CAROL ARDELL DENGLER 
ZETA TAU ALPHA SORORITY 




KAPPA ALPHA ROSE 

MISS MAETHA KAY PIERCE 
DELTA DELTA DELTA SORORITY 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA DREAM GIRL 

MISS CAROL ANN COCKRELL 
DELTA DELTA DELTA SORORITY 




KAPPA SIGMA DREAM GIRL 

MISS CYNTHIA ANN CATER 
ZETA TAU ALPHA SORORITY 



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DAVID BAUGUESS 



MARY ANN CLENDENIN 




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JACK BODDEN 





JUDY LOVE 



WHO'S WHO 



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LANNY NAEGELIN 




LYNN ROBINSON 



JUDY LEDBETTER 




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MIKE SPIEKERMAN 





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WHO'S WHO 



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MONA LOWMAN 



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BARRY SIMMONS 



JESSE WILLIAMS 



WHO'S WHO 




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DELTA DELTA DELTA 
SARAH SUTTON 





DELTA ZETA 
MELODY HUDSON 



BEAUTIES 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 
CAROLYN McCONNELL 



INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 
MARY SUSAN WHITMEYER 




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PHI MU 
MARILYN McCULLOUGH 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 
JUDY LORTON 




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CHEERLEADERS 



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LAMOINE HALL 



CAROLYN McCONNELL 




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PAT RENFRO 



MIKE McDOUGAL 






CHEERLEADERS 



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ORGANIZATIONS 





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THE STUDENT SENATE 

OF THE 

SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

STUDENT'S ASSOCIATION 



The Student Senate in regular 
session. 



David Bauguess — President of the Southwestern University Student's 
Association. 



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THE STUDENT SENATE 

First Row: Larry Grubbs— Senior Class Senator; Judy Love— Senior Class Senator; Bill Germer— Student Union Director- 
ate Representative; Key Steven— Senior Class Senator; June Chase— Secretary of the Student Senate; Sandy Frederick- 
Junior Class President; Joel Conant— Senior Class President; Dorothy Bohmfalk— Junior Class Senator; Mark Dawson 
—Freshman Class Senator; Second Row: Gary Spring— Sophomore Class Senator; Richard Williamson— Sophomore Class 
Senator; Skippy Leffler— Sophomore Class President; David Price— Treasurer of the Student Senate; David Bauguess— 
President of the Student Senate; Wilton Woods— Vice President of the Student Senate; Mike Stevens— Sophomore Class 
Senator; Wym Van Wyke— Freshman Class Senator; Russel Ramsey— Junior Class Senator; Lynn White— Junior Class 
Senator. 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN STUDENTS 
ASSOC. 

From left to right: David Price — Treasurer, David Bau- 
guess — President, June Chase — Secretary, Wilton Woods 
— Vice President. 



COMMISSION CHAIRMAN OF THE STUDENT SEN- 
ATE 

Key Stevens — Student Welfare, Bernard Alger — Student 
Education, Al Barrier — Student Government, Judy Love 
— Student Education, Ann Kelly — Election Chairman, 
Joel Conant — Student Welfare. 




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Front Row: Becky Lawson, Charlotte Hancock, Skipper Shaw, Judy Ledbetter, Carol Liebe, Sandy Frederick, Nanette 
Dupont. Second Row: Karen McDonald, Nell Darsey, Lanny Naegelin, Bill Watts, Bill Johnson, Bill Germer. 



STUDENT UNION DIRECTORATE 



The Student Union Directorate programs and carries out Student Union 
Building activities. Throughout the year there are dances, pep rallies, 
movies, guest speakers, and banquets. Especially active this year, the SUB, 
under the guidance of Mrs. Sheila Campbell, sponsored several events. 
Outstanding among this year's events were a visit from some of the astro- 
nauts, "Bermuda Blast," Great Pumpkin Halloween Carnival, Seated Christ- 
mas Dinner, Homecoming Dance, and the Sub Funtier. 



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THE HONOR COUNCIL 

Academic life at Southwestern University is conducted under the 
principles of the Honor System. The Honor System is based upon 
the principle that a student's word is trustworthy, both with regard 
to himself and to others. The Honor System is the highest form of 
academic discipline because it places the responsibility of reporting 
and determining cases of cheating upon the individual student. The 
working bases of the Honor System is the Honor Pledge which the 
student signs at the end of all papers which the professor designates 
as individual effort. Each time that a student signs the Honor- 
Pledge, he makes two statements: he says that his own work is 
original and that he has seen no other students cheat in any man- 
ner on the given paper. Under the Honor System it is the duty of 
each student to report any suspicious act which may be cheating; 
it is the responsibility of the Honor Council to give the accused a 
fair trail and to determine his innocence or guilt. 

The Honor Council is the student organization which hears all 
reported violations of the honor system. It is composed on eleven 
voting members, including a President and representatives from 
the various classes. These members are elected by the Student Body. 
In addition, there are several members who have a voice but who 
do not have a vote. Such members include a secretary who keeps a 
record of all proceedings and representatives from each social or- 
ganization which does not have a voting member on the Council. 
As is true of all phases of the Honor System, the responsibilities 
of the Honor Council rest entirely upon those students who com- 
pose it. 



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First Row: Kaaren Van Amburgh, Sharon Brown, Bill Germer, Joan Krause, Dick Shook, Mary Ann Clendenin, Robin Mc- 
Conathy, John Ozman. Second Row: Harry Green, Davy Davis, David Price, David Bauguess. 



HONOR COUNCIL 




Dick Shook — President 



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First Roiv: Helen Medley, Lynn White, Susan Peacock Green, Gene Davis, Laverne Rydell. Second Row: Dr. Norman 
Spellman, Joan Krause, David Price, Cindy Vance, Ray Harlan, Karen McDonald, Dick Sweet, Janet Durst, Dr. John 
Score. 



ALPHA CHI 

Alpha Chi is a national undergraduate scholarship society founded at 
Southwestern University. The membership of the Texas Alpha Chapter are 
electel from among the top tenth of the junior and senior classes. Its ob- 
jectives are the stimulation, development, and recognition of outstanding 
scholastic achievement. 



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BLUE KEY 

Blue Key National Honor Fra- 
ternity was established at South- 
western University in 1948. The 
membership is selected from the 
outstanding men of the junior 
and senior classes. 



First Row: David Rust, Angus Hend- 
rick, James Adams, David Price. Sec- 
ond Row: Gene Davis, Dane Evans. 
Third Roiv: Lanny Naegelin. Bernard 
Alger. 



Members from left to right: 
Bill Watts, Jesse Williams— 
Treas., James Herbort — Alum- 
ni Sec., David Baugess, Dick 
Shook, (Not pictured — Mike 
Spiekerman — Pres., and Jack 
Bodden — Vice President) 




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First Row: Mary Ann Clendenin, June Chase, Sandra Frederick, Janet Durst, Elise Zerr. Second Row: Judy Love, Helen 
Medley, Key Stevens, Judy Ledbetter, Dorothy Bohmfalk, Beverly Stewart. Third Roiv: Sharon Brown, Carolyn Gran- 
berry, Mona Lowman, Kaaren Van Amburgh. 



CARDINAL KEY 

Cardinal Key is a national Honorary Leadership Sorority for women. 
The Southwestern University Chapter was established in 1948. Member- 
ship in Cardinal Key signifies outstanding achievement in. scholarship and 
service to the school and university community. Women are eligible for 
membership only if they have junior or senior standing. The officers this 
year are Karen McDonald — President, Mary Ann Clendenin — Vice Presi- 
dent, Elsie Zerr — Secretary, Key Stevens — Treasurer, and Dean Allen — 
sponsor. 



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First Row: Beverly Stewart, Nelda Day, Connie Fang, Joyce Partain, Helen Medley, Roberta Wisler. Second Row: Mrs. 
Marilyn Dees, Mrs. Corine Douglass, Mrs. Richards, Miss Huffmaster, Susan English, Patti Sumner, Karen Hausenfluke, 
Jo Ann Horeczy. Third Row: Miss Mary Elizabeth Fox, Miss Iola Chambers, Laura Cayton, Dianna Holm, Mrs. Lee Ann 
McClatchy, Susan Mims, Carol Beth Choate, Nancy Munson. 



DELTA OMICRON 

Delta Omicron is a national professional music fraternity for women. The 
purpose of Delta Omicron is to foster talent and increase interest through 
a common fellowship in Delta Omicron. 



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First Row: Judy Ledbetter, John Bray, Donna Reed — Historian, Betsy Phelps, Pam Wilkinson — Secretary, Sandra Frederick 
— Historian, Dianne McKimmey — Vice President, Susan McCook — Treasurer. Second Row: Bernard Alger, Dennis Mayes — 
President, Dr. Roy Teele. 



PI DELTA EPSILON 

Pi Delta Epsilon is a national honorary journalism 
fraternity established at Southwestern University in 
1950. It seeks to foster and encourage achievement 
in the field of student journalism. 




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First Row: Linda Simmons, Judy Stone, Ann Alio way, Dr. Angus Springer. Second 
Row: Mr. Drexel Riley, Mona Lowman, Sandra Pennington, and Bill Springer. 



PI EPSILON DELTA 

Pi Epsilon Delta is a national Honorary dramatic fraternity. Its purpose 
is to raise standards and achievement in the field of dramatics. Pi Epsilon 
Delta was established at Southwestern University in 1927. Membership is 
restricted to those of junior and senior standing. 



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First Row: Clare Lynn Arnold Dusek, Janis Chiles, Elise Zerr, Key Stevens, Anne Porter, Linda Frier, Dr. L. H. Merz- 
bach. Second Row: Joan Krause, Ann Loveless, Mary Catherine Reed, Pat Garrett, Karen McDonald, Sandra Frederick, 
Sharon Langford, and Bobby Abel. 

PI GAMMA MU 

Pi Gamma Mu was established at Southwestern University in 1924, with 
Southwestern's chapter being one of the charter chapters. Pi Gamma Mu 
seeks to honor achievement in the fields of social science. 




One of the informal meetings of Pi Gamma Mu during the semester. 



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First Row: Jerry Hallman, David Rust, T. J. Odiorne, Gene Davis, Sherrill Henderson, Sandra Schramm, Philip Wang. 
Second Row: David Moore, Bill Johnson, James Adams, Lynn White, Mr. Gottwald, Dr. Lansford, Dick Sweet. Thud 
Row: Dr. Girvin, Carol Liebe, Dianna Aycock, Dr. Soulen, Dr. Wolcott, Mr. Doughty, John Walker. 



SOUTHWESTERN SCIENCE SOCIETY 

The Southwestern Science Society was founded in 1920 and is affiliated 
with the Texas Academy of Science and the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. Membership is open to advanced science students 
who can meet the required scholastic qualifications. 



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First Roiv: Clarke Morian, John Atkin, Joe Parker, Jim Denham, Kent Johnson, Jim Weidler— President, Dan Nance, 
George Jansen, Jerry House, Skipper Shaw, Guy Perkins, Jimmy Braselton. Second Roiv: Susan Yarbrough, Shelia Stew- 
art, Billy Pollard, Melody Hudson, Jack Henshaw, Kay Kilpatrick, Lamoine Hall, Carol Helpinstill, Jim Blakewell, Sharon 
Ferguson, Lewis Harris, Russell Ramsey, Rick Goodell, Joe Steiner. Third Row: Bill Baker, Jakie Schrum, Robin Crow, 
Roger Ezell, Mary Catherine Reed— Secretary, John Rice, Tom Myers, Doug Doolittle, Hank Price, Mike McDougal, Chet 
Gutowsky, Jeff Wiley, Jim Connell, Kirk Kukendall, Bill Colegrove, Bill White, Angie Smith, J. T. Price. Fourth Row: 
Jon East, Jack Barbee, Frank Landrum, Dennis Diamond, Dick Rawling, Carolyn Robertson, Wayne Robertson, Jim Lund, 
Ken Burke, David Baker, Steve Cherry, Don Sampley, Clyde Hanks, Harvey Bell, Roland Sledge, Randy Savage — Vice 
President, John Ozman, Eddie Lucas. Fifth Roiv: Rudy Ayles, John Robertson, Jerry Hallman, Mike Irwin, Doug Kenny, 
Charles Millikan, Ed Rounsaville, Ralph Holm, George Behrens, Lynn Hendrick, Jay Atkinson, Lonnie Grady, John Oden. 



PRE-LAW SOCIETY 

The Pre-Law Society is an organization composed of students preparing 
for the legal profession and similiar lines of service. 



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WIND ENSEMBLE 



FLUTES 
Pat McBee 
Paulette Luther 
Ann Tillotson 
Susan Minis 

EB CLARINET 
Kathi Riser 

B CLARINET 

Dennis Schnaufer 
Sandy McDermott 
Pat Riley 
Mary Dunkin 
Anne Maroneey 
Laura Ann Cayton 

ALTO CLARINET 
John Rust 

BASS CLARINET 

Bruce Brotherton 
Janie Satterwhite 

OBOE 

Charles Tipton 



BASSOON 
David Nobles 

ALTO SAXOPHONE 

Tom Myers 
William Miller 

TENOR SAXOPHONE 

Lenore Jackson 

BARITONE SAXOPHONE 
George Jansen 

CORNETS 
Dan Aleman 
Tommy Stewart 
Cort Matthews 
Kenneth Burke 
Ralph Holm 
Glen Paysse 

FRENCH HORNS 

Charles Weiss 
Susan English 
Sara Cupp 
Ruth Wheeler 



BARITONE 

Karen Hausenfluke 

TROMBONE 
Pete Aleman Jr. 
Neal Matthews 
Edward Rounsaville 
Jakie Schrum 

TUBA 

William Merrell 
Craig Bazar 

STRINGBASS 
Bill Niles 

TYMPANI 

Bill Germer 

PERCUSSION 
Pat Renfro 
Patti Sumner 
Noni Conklin 
Nancy Munson 
Donna Reid. 



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First Row: John Rice, Jim Smith, Craig Bazar, diet Gutowsky, Phil Peterson. Second Row: Jeff Wiley, Carol Ann Roark, 
Jim Weidler, Teri King, Wayne Robertson, Mary Cubberly, Jimmy Lawrence. Third Row: David Price, Bob Gilliland, Terry 
Sherman, Jonathan Morrison, John Wirth, Pat Garrett, Charl es Neuffer, Jack Barbee, and Norman Duren. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB 

The Southwestern University Chapter of Young Republicans is a charter 
chapter of the Texas Young Republicans Federation. It provides an atmos- 
phere for conservative-minded students to gain knowledge and understand- 
ing concerning the Republican party and the internal workings of the United 
States party system. 



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A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



First Row: Robert Pryor, Karol Miller, Charles Tipton, Patti Sumner, Jimmy Braselton, 
Pat Renfro, Keith Kellow, Betha Cox, Steve Cherry, June Pearson. Second Row: Chuck 
Voluse, Dane Evans, Kent Johnson, Al Barrier, Neal Matthews, Joel Conant, Martha 
Thrasher. Third Row: Pam Byrd, Judy House, Dorothy Bohmfalk, Beverly Stewart, 
Karen Hausenfluke, Nelda Day, Betsy Hearn, Rita Webb. Fourth Row: Jakie Schrum, 
Anita Holiman, Cort Matthews, Nancy Munson, David Bauguess, Eileen Munson, Bill 
Collins, Deanna Holm, Bill Niles, Marcy Fisher, Ralph Holm, Joyce Partain. 



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First Row: Dr. Angus Springer — Sponsor, Linda Simmons, Shirley Ballard, Ann Alloway, Virginia Woolwine, Paula Murdy, 
Lynn Pressley, Gayle Daniel. Second Row: Joe McCorkle, Virginia Peterson, Judy Stone, John Murrell, Van Phillips, 
Shelia Ramsey { Marian Carlson, Myrna Lynn Davidson. Third Roiv: Bill Springer, George Lindsey, Mr. Drexel Riley, 
Sandra Pennington, Jan Smith, Lewis Harris, Ray Harlan, Joe Aranki, Robert Haas, Mona Lowman, Patti Bina. 



MASK AND WIG 

Mask and Wig is Southwestern's dramatic Society. It was formed in 1921 
and is very active during the year. The Goosetree Morgan Award is an 
award given to the best supporting actor during each play. This award is 
carried on by Mask and Wig. 



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First Row: Mary Ann Quillian, Martha Loftin, Mary Pat Moffitt, Jeanne Brown, Nanette Dupont. Second Row: Sandra 
Murphee — Vice-President, Nell Darsey, Jo Ann Horeczy, Marjorie Ann O'Banon, Marilyn McCullough — Reporter, Carol 
Dill. Third Row: Sharon Brown, Miss Joan Askew — Sponsor, Mona Lowman — President, Kaaren Van Amburgh — Secretary 
and Treasurer, and Joan Bray. 



WRA COUNCIL 

The WRA Council is the planning and governing body of the Women's 
Recreational Association. The WRA Council is responsible for sponsoring 
the various intramural events among the various women's organizations. 
Membership in the Council is composed of Officers and Division Chairman 
elected at large, and of the Sports Captains representing each of the five 
Greek Sororities and the Independent Student Association. 



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First Row: Sharon Brown, Dee Chapman, Alice Ann Allen, Kathi Riser, Emily Griffin — Vice President. Second Row: Carla 
Clemens, Ruth Hewell, Dee Ozier, Pam Byrd — President. 



KURTH HOUSE COUNCIL 

Like all the other house councils the Kurth House Council has the function 
of governing the dormitory. 



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First Row: Linda White, Carol Butterworth, Ann Brazziel, Ann Overton, Fey DeLaune, Nancy Gemens, Paula Murdy, Syl- 
via Callaway. Second Row: Susan Yarbrough, Linda Roediger, Delryn Fleming, Joan Bray, Betsy Hearn, June Pearson, 
Melissa Northern. 



LAURA KUYKENDALL HOUSE COUNCIL 

The Laura Kuykendall House Council functions much as the other house 
councils. 



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From left to right: Mona- Lowman, Becky Lawson, Judy Stone, Sandra Frederick, Roberta Wisler. 



SNEED HOUSE COUNCIL 

The Sneed House Council is also a self-governing body but has a unique 
responsibility in relation to the house councils of the other women's dormi- 
tories in that Sneed House is an honor dormitory for junior and senior 
women. 



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From left to right: Mike Spiekerman, Danny Pollard, Bill Brock, Farhad Rad, Herbie Boehme, Ronnie Kettler. 



MOOD HALL HOUSE COUNCIL 

All of the domitories at Southwestern University are governed by stu- 
dent elected dormitory councils. Through the use of these dorm councils 
the separate dormitories become complete self-governing bodies. 



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First Row: Mary Ann Clendenin, Connie Fang, Virginia Chow, Philip Wang, Drina Petricevic Brown, Andres Vanderghem 
— Vice President, Rowena Caldwell — Secretary, Patty Bina, Annahelle Battle, Ann Porter, Holman Massey. Second Row: 
Dr. Monostory, Dr. Wolcott, Mary Elizabeth Fox, Mr. Litzler, Dickie Chiao — President, Mrs. Beaver, Dr. Perry, Mrs. Perry, 
Ron Bearden, Jimmy Deri. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 

The International Club was founded to foster better relations and under- 
standing between the peoples of the world. It is composed of foreign stu- 
dents and others interested in international affairs. 



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First Row: Key Stevens — Community Service, Judy Ledbetter, Mr. Drexel Riley — sponsor, Bronwen Morgan — President, 
Sharon Brown — Study Group, Vicki Baer, Nelda Day — Secretary. Second Row: Chaplin David Switzer — sponsor, Jack Bod- 
den — Challenge, John McMullen, Ray Harlan — Campus Service, Andres Vanderghem — International Affairs, and Bill Ger- 
mer — Treasurer. 



STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION COUNCIL 

The purpose of the S.C.A. is to build a fellowship of students and faculty 
members devoted to the task of actualizing in their common life those ideals 
of personal and social living to which they are committed by their faith as 
Christians. The S.C.A. sponsors also various community and student serv- 
ices. 



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First Row: Elizabeth Lee — Proofreader, Dr. Jeff Campbell — Faculty Advisor, Jerry Hallman — Circulation Manager, Angus 
Hendrick — Editor, Dennis Mayes — Feature Editor, Susan Peacock Green — Assistant Editor. (Not pictured: Pam Fannin — 
Poetry Editor, Jack Bodden — Feature Editor, Cray Cooke — Fiction Editor) 



THE SOUTHWESTERN MAGAZINE 

The Southwestern Magazine is the oldest college magazine in the state 
of Texas. It is puhlished twice a semester by the Board of Publications. 



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First Row: Lamar Hankins — News Editor, Charlotte Hancock — Sports Editor, Virginia Woolwine — Cartoonist, Betsy Phelps 
— Editor in Chief, Susan McCook — Associate Editor, Virginia Peterson — Society Editor. Second Row: Ronnie Cookston — 
Religion Editor, John Ozmun, David Bauguess — Fine Arts Editor. (Not pictured: Dennis Mayes, Sara Chadwick, David 
Rust, Bernie Scharbius, Lou Ann Putman, Cerice Nelson, Mike Stephens, Bill Brock, Rudy Ayles, and Betty Garrett — Sports 
Editor.) 



THE MEGAPHONE 

The Megaphone is the weekly newspaper of the Southwestern Students 
Association published and edited by a staff, under an elected editor, which 
is comprised solely of members of the student body. Mr. Edward Mangum 
serves as faculty sponsor, Mr. Horace Evans seives as photographer and 
the printing is done by the Sun Publishing Company. 



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INDEPENDENT STUDENTS ASSOC. 



David Price 
President 
Key Stevens 
Vice President 
Elise Zerr 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Eileen Munson 
Social Chairman 
Gana Geldmeier 
Program Chairman 
Jim Grisso 
Kathy Weimer 
Roberta Wisler 



Karol Miller 
Jesse Williams 
Sandra Murphee 
Sharon Virden 
John Rust 



Craig Bazar 
Ann Maroneey 
John Timm 
Holman Massey 
Keith Kellow 



Tommy Stewart 
James Derr 
Joyce Garey 
Carolyn Grubbs 
James Colley 



Claire Cole 
Bruce Brotherton 
Sandra McDermott 
Lillian Nicholson 
Judy Street 



Pat Murphee 
Lenore Jackson 
Alan Carsrud 
James Cantwell 
Robert Haas 



Vance Frosch 
Andres Vanderghem 
Margie Schriber 
Kathleen Heldenfels 
Pat McBee 



Vivian Ickes 
Daniel Trevino 
Muriel Shopland 
Mary Herder 
Joann Adamson 



Naomi Atkinson 
Laura Cayton 
Sandra Patterson 
Tom Ferguson 
Phil Lindsay 





UNIVERSITY 
COMMUNITY 



ADMINISTRATION 



FACULTY 



CLASSES 




PRESIDENT DURWOOD FLEMING 



A.B., B.D., Southern Methodist 
University; D.D., McMurry College. 



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Vice-President 

Development and 

Public Relations 

WILLIAM GRAVES BLANTON 



Vice-President 
Finance 

ISAAC JOEL McCOOK 




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Dean of Women 



MARTHA ALLEN 

Assistant professor of History 

A.B., M.A., Southern Methodist University 





Dean of Men 



JOHN V. BERGLUND 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 
A.B., B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist University; Graduate 
Study, Columbia University, Pacific School of Religion, 
Denver University, and Duke University. 



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GENE S. KLEIN 

University Recorder 

FLOYD B. LACKEY 

Campus Engineer 



HOWARD A. LONG 

Director of Admissions and Registration 

JIM REID 

Director of Alumni 



JOHN N. STONE 

Director, Student Union 

DAVID K. SWITZER 

Chaplain 



E. C. TRUE 

University Auditor 

EDITH WILLIAMS 

Dietitian 



ADMINISTRATION 




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MARJORIE BEECH 

Assistant to the President 

G. ALFRED BROWN, JR. 

Admissions Counselor 



SHELIA CAMPBELL 

Program Director, Bishops Memorial Union 

OPHIE B. COON 

Assistant Dietitian 





MARY ELIZABETH FOX 

Director of Publicity 

MILDRED GERVASI 

Librarian 



BOBBY JENNINGS 

University Store 

BONNIE KIRBY 

University Nurse 



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LILLIAN WHITE 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 

LUCILE LOVENTHAL 

Kurth Hall 



HELEN SWITZER 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 

DOROTHY LINDSEY 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 



PEARL PARSONS 

Sneed House 

STEVE RABEN 

Ruther Dormitory 



MR. AND MRS. FRANK WIGGINS 

Mood Hall 




DORM PROCTORS 



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FREDERICK BURR CLIFFORD 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. 
A.B., Northern Michigan College; B.D., Oberlin Graduate 
School of Theology; A.M. and Ph.D., University of Michi- 
gan. 



FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE 
OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



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FREDERICK E. GAUPP 

Professor of History and Government 

Humanistic Gymnasium, Freilburg and Koenigsberg; Ph.D., 

University of Breslau 

BARBARA M. GIBBS 

Associate professor of Sociology 
B.A., M.A., University of Texas 



EB. C. GIRVIN 

Professor and Head of the Department of Biology 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of Texas 

JOHN C. GODBEY 

Professor of Chemistry, Retired 

A.B., A.M., Central College; Graduate Study, University of 
Missouri, Vanderbilt University, and University of Leipzig; 
Sc.D., McMurry College 





JIMMY THORNE GOTTWALD 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

B.S., Baylor University; M.S., Baylor University; Graduate 

Study, University of Texas 

VIOLA HERR 

Assistant Professor of French 

A.B., Pembroke College, Brown University; A.M., Radcliffe 

Graduate School 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

Professor, x he Lucy King Brown Chair of History; Head of the 
Department of History and Government; Chairman of the Divi- 
sion of Social Sciences. 

A.B., North Texas State College; A.M., Colorado State College 
of Education; Graduate study, University of Colorado, Univer- 
sity of Texas; LL.D., Oklahoma City University 

DOUGLAS HOOKER 

Associate Professor of Psychology and Head of the Department 
of Psychology 

A.B., Wofford College; M.A., Wayne State University; Ph.D., 
University of Texas 



FACULTY 



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JOAN ASKEW 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

R.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute; M.S., University of Ten- 
nessee; Graduate Study, Texas Woman's University 

ELIZABETH PLAIT REAVER 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages (Part Time) 
A. P., A.M., Southwestern University; Graduate Study, Univer- 
sity of Texas; Classical Summer School of The Vergilian So- 
ciety of America at Cumae, Italy. 



JEFF H. CAMPRELL 

Assistant Professor of English 

A. A., Lamar College; P. A., Southern Methodist University; 

B.D., Perkins School of Theology; Ph.D., Duke University 

JUDSON S. CUSTER 

Professor of Education and Psychology, Head of Department of 

Education, Director of Counseling and Testing. 

P.M., M.M., North Texas State University; Ed.D., University of 

Texas 



MYRON DEES 

Associate Professor of Physical Education; Coach 

R.S., Southwestern University; M.Ed., University of Texas; 

Graduate Study, University of Texas 

IRENE DEUPREE 

Associate Professor and Head of Department of Home Econom- 
ics. 

B.S., North Texas State University; A.M., Texas Woman's Uni- 
versity; Graduate Study. University of Texas 



SAM P. DOUGHTY, JR. 

Instructor of Mathematics and Physics 
B.E.S., Graduate Study, University of Texas 

RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 

Professor of English, Retired 
Dean of Women, Emeritus, 1955 

A.B., A.M., Southwestern University; Graduate Study, Univer- 
sity of Chicago and Columbia University. Dean of Women, 
1937-1955, 1958-1900 




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THOMAS P. JONES 

Professor of Education and General Science 

B.S., Sam Houston State College; M.Ed., Ph.D., University of 

Texas 

EDWIN M. LANSFORD, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 

B.A., Rice University; B.A., University of California; M.A., 

Ph.D., University of Texas 



SHERMAN D. LESESNE 

Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry; Chairman 
of the Division of Natural and Applied Sciences 
B.S., Sam Houston State College; A.M., Southwestern Univer- 
sity; Ph.D., University of Texas 

SAMUEL J. LITZLER 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration 
B.B.A., M.B.A., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas 



FRANK E. LUKSA 

Professor and Head of the Depart- 
ment of Sociology 
A.B., University of Texas; Ph.D., 
Charles University, Prague, Czech- 
oslovakia 



ELIZABETH R. LUNDBLAD 

Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration. 
B.S., East Texas State College; A.M., Texas Christian Univer- 
sity; Graduate Study, University of Texas. 

JANE BROWN McCOOK 

Instructor in English (Part Time) 
B.A., A.M.; Southwestern University 




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J. H. 



-COY 



Associate Professor of Foreign Languages 

A.B., Drury College; A.M., University of Nebraska; Graduate 
Study, Columbia University, Harvard University, University of 
Texas and Universidad Inter-americana (Saltillo) 

EDWARD MANGUM 

Assistant Professor of English 

B.A., East Texas State College; M.A., Catholic University of 

America 




RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 

Director of Athletics; Professor 

and Head of the Department of 

Health, Physical Education and 

Recreation 

A.B., Missouri Wesleyan College; 

A.M., Southwestern University. 




LUDWIG H. MERZBACH 

Professor and Head of Department of Economics and Business 

Administration. 

Doctor of Economics and Political Science, University of Berlin. 

DENES MONOSTORY 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Foreign 

Languages 

A.B., St. Olaf College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas 



VICTOR MORENO 

Instructor in Physical Education (Part Time) 
Certificate, Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires 

THOMAS A. PERRY 

Herman Brown Professor of English 

B.A., Park Colleges; M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa. 



FACULTY 



122 




PHILLIP M. SARVER 

Assistant Professor of Economics. 

B.A., M.A., The University of Texas; Graduate Study, Univer- 
sity of Texas. 

JOHN N. R. SCORE, II 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy. 

A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute; 

Ph.D., Duke University. 



BERT L. SIMPSON, JR. 

Instructor in Psychology (part time) 

B.A., Southern Methodist University, M.A., University of Texas; 

Graduate Study, University of Texas. 

ROBERT L. SOULEN 

Lillian Nelson Pratt Professor of Chemistry. 

B.A., Baker University; Ph.D., Kansas State University. 



NORMAN W. SPELLMAN 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy. 
A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., Southern Methodist Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Yale University 

EDMUND H. STEELMAN 

Professor, The Bishop Seth Ward Chair of Bible and Religion; 
Head of the Department of Religion and Philosophy; Chairman 
of the Division of Humanities 

Th.B., Eastern Baptist Seminary; B.S. in Ed., Teachers College, 
Temple University; S.T.B., S.T.M., and S.T.D., Temple Univer- 
sity School of Theology. 




DAVID K. SWITZER 

Associate Professor of Psychology. 

A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., Emory University; M.A., 
University of Texas; Graduate Study, Claremont Graduate 
School and Southern California School of Theology. 

MARTHA JANE TEELE 

Instructor in English (Part Time) 

A.B., Cornell College; M.A., Columbia University and Union 

Theological Seminary; Graduate Study, Boston University. 



life 





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ROY E. TEELE 

Professor of English and Head of Department of English 
A.B., Cornell College; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University. 

ANN B. TIPTON 

Instructor in Natural Sciences, Director of Chemistry Laboratory 
B.S., Southwestern University; M.A., University of Texas; Grad- 
uate Study, University of Texas. 



FORREST E. WARD 

Associate Professor of History 

B.S., M.S., North Texas State College; Ph.D., University of 

Texas 

HARVEY D. WATTS 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy; Director of 
Town and Country Work. 

A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist 
University; Graduate Study, Boston University, University of 
Chicago, Louisiana State University and University of Texas 





RALPH M. WHITMORE 

Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics and 

General Engineering. 

A.B., University of San Antonio; A.M., Ph.D., University of 

Texas. 

MARY E. WILCOX 

Associate Professor of Mathematics. 

A.B., A.M., Southwestern University; Graduate Study, Univer- 
sity of Texas 



GORDON B. WOLCOTT 

Professor of Biology 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Virginia 

SARITA S. ZAJICEK 

Professor of Education 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of Texas 



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iT 




JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 

Professor and Head of the Department of Music Educa- 
tion; Dean of the School of Fine Arts; Director of South- 
western University Choir and Choruses. 

B.F.A., M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; Graduate Study, 
Northwestern University. 



FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE 
OF FINE ARTS 



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IOLA BOWDEN CHAMBERS 

Associate Professor of Piano and Music Theory. 

B.F.A., A.B., Southwestern University; M.Mus. and Graduate 

Study, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. 

THOMAS C. DOUGLASS 

Professor and Head of the Department of String Instruments 
and Conductor of Sinfonietta 

B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University; Craduate Study, 
University of Southern California and University of Illinois. 



ANN HARRISON 

Instructor of Voice 
B.M., Oklahoma College for Wo- 
men; Craduate 
University 



Indiana 



DRUSILLA HUFFMASTER 

Associate Professor and Head of 

the Department of Piano. 

Artist-in-Residence 

Diploma, Juilliard Graduate 

School, Juilliard School of Music 




ROBERT L. LANCASTER 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Art 
B.F.A., University of Texas; M.A. University of New Mexico. 

GEORGE E. NELSON 

Director of the Band 

Associate Professor of Instrumental Music Education, Wood- 
winds, Brass and Percussion Instruments 
B.M.Ed., Southwestern University; M.Mus., University of Texas. 




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WENDELL L. OSBORN 

Professor and Head of the Department of Voice. 
B.M., DePauw University; M.Mus., Chicago Musical Col- 
lege; Graduate Study, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. 



R. COCHRANE PENICK 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Organ 
and Sacred Music. 

A.B., University of Texas; Certificate in Organ, Institute 
of Musical Art of the Juilliard School of Music; 
Sac.Mus.M., Union Theological Seminary. 




NEAL PUTMAN 

Assistant Professor of Art 

B.F.A., University of Oklahoma; 
Mexico. 




M.A., University of New 



DREXEL H. RILEY 

Assistant Professor of Drama and Speech. 

A.B., Southwestern University; M.A., Baylor University; Grad- 
uate Study, Perkins School of Theology. 

R. ANGUS SPRINGER 

Professor and Head of the Department of Speech and Drama 
A.B., Ozark Wesleyan College; A.B., State University of Iowa; 
A.M., Northwestern University; Ph.D., New York University. 



FACULTY 



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JAMES HERBORT - PRESIDENT 



BEVERLY STEWART - SECRETARY 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



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ALVIS LAYTON BARRIER, JR. 

Mineral Wells 

Psychology 

Kappa Alpha; A Cappella Choir; Senate; SCA. 

JINX BASEY 

Pasadena 
An 

Delta Zeta; Art Association. 



DAVID BAUGUESS 

Fort Worth 
Voice 

Kappa Sigma, GMC, Social Chairman, Scholarship-Leadership 
Award; Senate, President, Vice-President; Blue Key, Vice- 
President; Honor Council; Student Life Committee; Junior 
Class President; MEGAPHONE; Orientation Leader; A Cap- 
pella Choir; Organ Guild, President; Band; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges. 

JACK LEO BODDEN 

Houston 

Psychology 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian; SCA, Vice-President; Ruter House 

Council, President; Blue Key, Vice-President; Senate; Student 

Life Committee; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Chi; SOU'WESTER 

Staff; SU MAGAZINE staff; Dean's List; MEGAPHONE 

staff; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. 



JAMES THOMAS BRASELTON, JR. 

Texas City 
Accounting 

A Cappella Choir; Pre-Law Society; Spanish Club; Interna- 
tional Club. 

ALBERT EARL (BITSIE) BUTLER 

Houston 
Economics 

Phi Delta Theta, Housemaster, Alumni Secretary; President; 
Inter-Fraternity Council, President; Pre-Law Society; Inter- 
mural Football, All Star Team. 



JAMS SUE CHILES 

San Antonio 
Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta; SNEA, Publicity Chairman; WRA; SCA; 
International Club; Pi Gamma Mu. 

MARY ANN CLENDENIN 

Dallas 

English and Psychology 

Independent Association; International Club; Young Democrats, 
Secretary; Honor Council; LK House Council; Sneed House 
Council; Cardinal Key, Vice-President; Alpha Chi; SCA, Sec- 
retary, President; MSM, Vice-President; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges; Miss Southwestern Nominee; 
Homecoming Queen Nominee; Dean's List. 




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BILL COLEGROVE 

Lake Jackson 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma, GMC, Social Chairman; Intramural Sports; Pre- 

Law Society. 

WILLIAM REED COLLINS 

Dallas 

Business and History 

Independent Association; Kappa Alpha; SCA; MSM; Pre- 

Law Society; Spanish Club. 



JOEL DENIS CONANT 

Bastrop 

Psychology 

Kappa Alpha: Senate; Senior Class President; A Cappella 

Choir. 

LINORA JANE CONKLIN 

Ozona 

Music Education, Piano 

Spanish Club A Cappella Choir; Orchestra; Band; Sneed 

House Council. 





THOMAS EDWARD CONNOLLY 

Ingleside 

History 

Independent Association; Kappa Chi; SCA; MSM. 

BETHA COX 

Luling 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi; SNEA; A Cappella Choir. 



ROBIN CLYDE CROW 

San Antonio 

History 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary, Recording Secretary; Pre- 

Law Society; Varsity Golf; SUB Committee. 

GENE DAVIS 

Nashville, Tennessee 
Biology 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, Song-Leader; Southwestern Spele- 
ological Society; A Cappella Choir; SCA, Vice-President; Alpha 
Chi; Blue Key; Senate, Treasurer; Science Society; German 
Club; Orientation Committee; Mood House Council; President. 



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PAUL EDWIN EARLS 

Houston 

Speech and Drama 

Mask and Wig; Kappa Chi. 

GERALD DAVID EVERETT 

Houston 

Chemistry 

Independent Association; Southwestern Science Society. 



JASPER PATRICK GARRETT 

Windthorst 
History 

Kappa Sigma; Young Republicans, Secretary, President, Dis- 
trict Committeeman; Pi Gamma Mu. 

CAROLYN GRANRERRY 

Dallas 

German 

Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President, Scholarship Chairman; Senate; 
Cardinal Key; All Women Students, Treasurer, President; Ger- 
man Club; International Club; SCA; Beauty Nominee; Junior 
Class Secretary; Freshman Counselor; SUB Hospitality Com- 
mittee. 



SUSAN PEACOCK GREEN 

Dallas 

Art 

Alpha Chi, Secretary; Cardinal Key; SU MAGAZINE staff; 

WRA; MSM; IMask and Wig Players. 

LARRY JOE GRURRS 

Texarkana 

History 

Independent Association, President; Senate, MSM; Who's Who 

in American Universities and Colleges. 



DAVID ARTHUR HARLEY 

San Antonio 

Religion 

SU Orchestra 

KAREN HAUSENFLUKE 

Georgetown 

Music Education, Voice. 

Phi Mu, Song Leader; Delta Omicron; A Cappella Choir; 

Band; WRA. 




SENIORS 



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JAMES H. HERBORT 

Marble Falls 
Business Administration 

Phi Delta Theta, Vice-President, Treasurer, Scholarship Chair- 
man, Standards Chairman; Senior Class President, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Senate; Pre-Law Society; Blue Key, Secretary; Dean's 
List. 

SHIRLEY INSALL 

Freeport 

Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta, Treasurer; SNEA, 



Convention Coordinator; WRA. 



KENNETH ARTHUR JACOBSON 

Houston 
Biology 
Phi Delta Theta 

MYRA KAY KILPATRICK 

Houston 

Economics and Business Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Activities Chairman, Treasurer; SNEA; WRA; 

Pre-Law Society; Secretary of Freshman Class; SUB Publicity 

Committee. 





CAROLYN KING 

Dallas 
French 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President, President; SUB Dance Com- 
mittee; Senior Class Treasurer. 

JOAN MARIE KRAUSE 

Copperas Cove 

Accounting and Secretarial Science 

Independent Association; WRA, SNEA; President's Honor 

Scholarship; Dean's List; Alpha Chi; Honor Council, Secretary; 

International Club; Pi Gamma Mu, President. 



LARRY ALAN LACY 

Devine 

Sacred Music 

Independent Association; A Cappella Choir; Kappa Chi; In- 
ternational Club; MSM. 

GARRY LEAVELL 

Houston 

English 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master, Secretary, Alumni Secretary; 

Assistant Editor of MEGAPHONE; Mask and Wig Players; 

Dean's List. 



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JUDY LEDBETTER 

Dallas 

Religion and Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi, Assistant Rush Captain, Chaplain; Pi Delta 
Epsilon, President; Cardinal Key; MSM; WRA; MEGA- 
PHONE staff; Nominee for Miss Southwestern; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges; President of Union Build- 
ing 

JUDY LOVE 
Del Rio 

Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain, President, Best Pledge, Outstand- 
ing Sorority Woman 64-65; SNEA, Vice-President; Senate; 
Honor Council; Miss Southwestern; Cardinal Key; Who's Who 
in American Universities and Colleges. 



ANN LOVELESS 

Bastrop 

Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta; SNEA; WRA; Kurth House Council; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Dean's List. 

FRANCES DICKSON LOVELESS 

Denton 

Elementary Education 

Independent Association; International Club; Spanish Club. 



TEDDY LOW 

Brenham 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma, Guard, Treasurer, House Manager; President 

Freshman Class; Intramural Sports. 

MONA LOWMAN 

Floresville 
English and Drama 

Delta Zeta, President, Rush, Panhellenic; WRA, President, 
Vice-President; Mask and Wig Players, Vice-President; Dean's 
List; Junior Class President; Miss Southwestern Nominee; Pi 
Epsilon Delta; Cardinal Key; Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges; Nominee for Homecoming Queen 



PATRICIA COLLEEN LOYD 

Bryan 

Psychology 

Independent Association, Senate Representative; Spanish Club; 

Kurth House Council; SUB Committee Advisor; WRA. 

SUSAN HUNTTING LUCKEL 

Houston 

Music Education and Piano 

Delta Delta Delta; SNEA. 




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KAREN ANN McDONALD 

Wichita Falls 
History and English 

Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Trainer; Honor Council; WRA; 
MSM; Cardinal Key, President; Alpha Chi, Treasurer; Presi- 
dent; Pi Gamma Mu; Secretary; French Club; Nominee for 
Miss Southwestern; Dean's List; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 

LINDA KAY MAIN 

Odessa 

Secretarial Science 

Phi Mu; Corresponding Secretary; SNEA; WRA; SCA; A 

Cappella Choir. 



SHARRON SUE MARSHALL 

Victoria 

General Business 

Independent Beauty; Delta Delta Delta; Activities Chairman 

WRA; SCA; SUB Committee. 

MARGARET IRENE MAXTED 

Houston 
Sociology 

Phi Mu, Social Service Chairman, Maintenance Chairman; 
Senate Representative; WRA; Canterbury, Conference Delegate, 
President; Spanish Club, International Club. 





CLARKE MORIAN 

Beaumont 
Business 
Kappa Alpha 

SANDRA LYNN MORROW 

Houston 

Psychology 

Phi Mu; Panhellenic; WRA; Mask and Wig Players; Art 

Club; SCA. 



SANDRA ANN MURPHREE 

Dickinson 
Chemistry 

Independent Association; Sport's Captain; WRA, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Southwestern Science Society; Atwell Best Student Citi- 
zen Award; American Chemical Society Award; Dean's List. 

LANNY DEAN NAEGELIN 

New Braunfels 
English and History 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Scholarship Chairman, Social Chairman, His- 
torian; Pi Gamma Mu; French Club; Blue Key; MEGA- 
PHONE Editor; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Dean's List; Chairman Union Special Events; Gov- 
erning Board 



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JOHN WALTER NICHOLSON 

Garland 
History 

Phi Delta Theta, House Manager, Pledge Master; Pre-Law So- 
ciety; Spanish Club; Young Republicans; SUB Committee; 
Intramural Sports. 

MARJORIE ANN O'BANON 

San Saba 

Secretarial Science 

Delta Zeta, Sports Captain; WRA. 



DRINA PETRICEVIC 

La Paz, Bolivia 

General Business 

SUB Committee; International Club; WRA; SCA. 

JOHN SNELL ROBERTSON, JR. 

Houston 
Business 
Kappa Alpha; Young Republicans; Pre-Law. 



LA VERNE WENTRCEK RYDELL 

Taylor 

Elementary Education 

SNEA; Alpha Chi 



ANNE RAWLINGS 

Tyler 

History and English 

Delta Zeta, Scholarship 
WRA; SNEA. 



Chairman, Pledge Trainer; SCA; 



RICHARD LEE SECHRIST 

Corpus Christi 

Sociology 

MSM; Kappa Chi 

RICHARD G. SHOOK 

Logansport, Indiana 
Business Administration 

Phi Delta Theta, President, Alumni Secretary; Honor Council, 
President; Intrafraternity Council, President; Men's Panhel- 
lenic, President; Blue Key; Pre-Law Society; Varsity Basket- 
ball, All Conference: Lettermen's Association; Orientation Lead- 




SENIORS 



135 



BARRY SIMMONS 

Lubbock 

Business 

Delta Delta Delta; Woman's Panhellenic, President; Cardinal 

Key; Pre- Law Society; SUB Secretary; Pi Gamma Mu; Who's 

Who in American Universities and Colleges. 

CAROL LOUISE SIMS 

San Antonio 

Elementary Education 

Phi Mu, Pledge Trainer, Scholarship Award; SNEA; SCA; 

WRA; All School Reauty Nominee; Dean's List. 



JIM SMITH 

Pasadena 
History 

Kappa Alpha, President, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Re- 
cording Secretary, Sergeant-at-Arms; German Club; Young Re- 
publicans; Men's Fraternity Council, President; SUR Evalua- 
tion Committee; Dean's List; Orientation Leader. 

MICHAEL SPIEKERMAN 

Edroy 

Biology and Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta, President; Honor Council, President; Blue 
Key; Southwestern Science Society; SCA; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges; Student Senate; Disciplin- 
ary Committee; Spiritual Life Committee. 





KEY STEVENS 

Fort Worth 
Sociology 

Independent Association, Program Chairman, Vice-President, 
President Independent Woman; WRA Council; Senate; LK 
House Council President; Cardinal Key, Treasurer; MSM, 
Treasurer; SCA; Women's Advisory; Faculty Orientation Com- 
mittee; Pi Gamma Mu; SUR Member at Large. 

BEVERLY KAY STEWART 

Johnson City 
Music Education 

Alpha Delta Pi, Sports Captain, Scholarship Chairman, Vice- 
President; SCA; MSM; SNEA; LK House Council, Secretary; 
Woman's Advisory, President; WRA; Senior Class Secretary; 
German Club, Secretary; Delta Omicron, Vice-President; Card- 
inal Key; A Cappella Choir; Miss Southwestern Nominee. 



JUDY CLARE STONE 

Austin 

Speech and Drama 

Alpha Delta Pi, Activities Chairman, Senate Representative; 

Social Chairman; .Mask and Wig Players, Secretary, President; 

SUR Dance Committee; Pi Epsilon Delta. 

SHERIAN LEE STORY 

Corpus Christi 

Business 

Phi Mu; WRA. 



136 




PHILIP ALLEN TARMAN 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Sociology 

GEORGE MILES TIDWELL 

Houston 

History 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



ZINNA BARTH VANCE 

Liberty Hill 

Spanish 

SNEA; Alpha Chi 

SHARON ANN VIRDEN 

Fredericksburg 

Religion 

Independent Association; SCA; MSM. 



CHARLES RODGER VOLUSE III 

Baltimore, Maryland 
History 

Kappa Alpha, Secretary, House Manager, Scholarship Chair- 
man; A Cappella Choir; Varsity Tennis; Orientation Leader; 
SUB Evaluation Committee; Ruter Dorm Counselor; South- 
western Speleological Society, Vice-President. 

WILLIAM FRANK WATTS 

Georgetown 
Sociology 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Blue Key; Varsity Tennis; Captain; Dis- 
tinction List; MSM; SCA-motive Chairman; Senate; Sub Di- 
rectorate; Movies Committee Chairman; Band; Orchestra; 
President Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Song Leader; Intra- 
mural football all-intramural team, MSM. 



KATHY WEIMER 

Palacios 
English 

Independent Association; SCA; MSM; SNEA; WRA; Inter- 
national Club; SUB Special Events Committee; LK House 
Council. 

WILSON E. WHITMIRE III 

Slidell 

Business and Psychology 

Kappa Alpha; Lettermen's Association. 




SENIORS 



137 



JUDY WHITTENBERG 

Athens 

Elementary Education 

Kurth House Council; Dorm Counselor; Women's Advisory, 

Secretary; SNEA, Secretary; MSM; SCA; Cardinal Key. 

JOHN WINN 

Georgetown 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



FRANCIS JESSE WILLIAMS III 

Houston 

Mathematics and Physics 

Independent Association, President, Contact; Blue Key, Secre- 
tary; Mood Dorm Council, Secretary; MSM, Treasurer; Alpha 
Chi, Treasurer; Freshman Math Award; Dean's List; SUB 
Games Committee; Cerman Club, President; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges; SCA; Southwestern Sci- 
ence Society. 

JODIE WILLIAMSON 

San Antonio 
Business Administration 

Delta Delta Delta; SUB Hospitality Committee; WRA; Nom- 
inee for Kappa Sigma Sweetheart. 





ROBERTA ALLENE WISLER 

Houston 

Music Education 

Independent Association, Song Leader; SNEA; SCA; Kappa 
Phi; Delta Omicron, Treasurer, President; MSM, Secretary; 
Teacher in Negro Fine Arts School; Sneed House Council, Pres- 
ident. Women's Advisory 

EDGAR EMERY WUTHRICH 

Georgetown 
Physical Education 

Pi Kappa Alpha; SNEA; Spanish Club. 



ELISE ANN ZERR 

San Antonio 

Mathematics and History 

Independent Association, Secretary-Treasurer, Independent 
Sweetheart; Kurth House Council, Treasurer; Cardinal Key, 
Secretary; Alpha Chi, Vice-President; Dean's List; Dame Club 
Award; SOU'WESTER Staff; SNEA, President; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Southwestern Science Society; Nominee for Miss South- 
western; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. 



SENIORS 



1 38 




MARY CATHERINE REED - SEC. 
CHARLOTTE FELDER - TREAS. 



ANN ALLOW AY - 
SANDRA FREDERICK 



VICE-PRES. 
PRES. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



39 



ABEL, BOBBY 

Elgin 
ADAMS, ARCH 

Austin 
ADKINS, FLORENCE 

Austin 



ALEMAN, DANIEL 

Georgetown 
ALEMAN, PETE 

Georgetown 
ALEXANDER, CARROLL 

San Antonio 



AYLES, RUDY 

Dallas 
BAKER, DOLORES 

Olmito 
BATTLE, ANNABELLE 

Santiago, Chile 





BEHRENS, BYRON 

Houston 
BETHKE, EMIL 

Temple 



BIRDWELL, LINDA 

Beaumont 
BLACKWELL, BOB 

Corpus Christi 



BOHNFALK, DOROTHY 

Weslaco 
BROCK, BILL 

Dallas 



JUNIORS 



BROWN, JEANNIE 
Houston 

BROWN, SHARON 
Corpus Christi 

CALHOUN, BILL 

Galveston 



CHASE, JUNE 

Midland 

CORDRAY, C. B. 
Houston 

COUCH, STEVE 
Georgetown 




DAY, NELDA 

Baytown 

DE LAUNE, FEY 

Houston 




DERR, JIMMY 
Orange 



DURST, JANET 

College Station 



DUSEK, CLARE 
Pearland 




"See, I told'you he had three unexcused chapel cuts." 



141 




EASTERLY, GENE 
Ponce, Puerto Rico 



EVANS, DANE 
Georgetown 





"He, he, he . . . have you learned your lesson?" 




FANG, CONSTANCE 
Singapore, Malaya 

FELDER, CHARLOTTE 
Beaumont 

FREDERICK, SANDY 
Houston 



FRIER, LINDA 

Franklin 

GABRIEL, SHARON 

Taft 
GAREY, JOYCE 

Uvalde 



GOODENOUGH, DONNA 

Corpus Christi 
GRISSO, JIM 

Stafford 
HAAS, ROBERT 

Moody 



HANKINS, LAMAR 

Port Arthur 
HARLAN, RAY 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
HARRISON, TOMMY 

San Antonio 



JUNIORS 



142 





HENDRICK, ANGUS 

Houston 
HEWELL, FLORENCE RUTH 

Nixon 

HUDSON, MELODY 
Houston 



HUNT, DALE 

Round Rock 
JACKSON, GINNIE WINN 

Odessa 
JACKSON, JUDY 

Lexington 



JOHNSON, KAY 

New York, New York 
JONTE, VICKY 

Silsbee 
KIDSON, PHYLLIS 

Houston 



KOTHMANN, JERRY 

Mason 
LEICHLITER, KAREN 

Midland 
LINDSEY, GEORGE 

Midland 



LOVE, BILL 

Del Rio 
McCULLOUGH, MARILYN 

Midland 
MA, LYDIA 
Kowloon, Hong Kong 



MARTIN, FRED 

Yancy 
MEDLEY, HELEN 

Houston 
MILLER, KAROL 

Nederland 




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Charter Day banquet 
honors alumni and 
students. 




MOFFITT, MARY PAT 

Wichita Falls' 1 " 
MORGAN, BRONWEN 

Austin 
MUNSON, EILEEN 

Lockhart 



OLFERS, MARY NELL 

San Antonio 
PHELPS, BETSEY 

Baytown 
PORTER, ANNE 

San Antonio 



PRICE, DAVID 

Mineola 
RAD, FARHAD 

Tajrish Tehran Iran 
RAISH, JOHN 

LaPorte 



JUNIORS 



144 





RAMSEY, RUSSELL 

Houston 



ROARK, CAROL ANN 
Wichita Falls 



ROBERTSON, CAROLYN 

Dallas 






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ROENSCH, DIXON 

San Antonio 
SANDALL, JANIE 

Houston 
SCOTT, DAVID 

Houston 



SELLERS, BOBBIE 

Houston 
SEWELL, BETTY 

Belton 
SIMMONS, LINDA 

Lexington 



SLAUGHTER, DOROTHY 

Dallas 
STEWART, TOMMY 

Sealy 
SWARTZ, JOHN 
Bethesda, Maryland 







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SWEET, DICK 

Houston 
TADLOCK, PHYLLIS 

Waco 




TREVIfiO, DANIEL 

San Antonio 




VAN AMBURGH, KAAREN 

Houston 
VEGA, ABEL 

Houston 
WALDER, JOHN 

Randolph Air Force Base 



WEIDLER, JIM, 

Houston 
WHITE, LYNN 

LaPorte 
WHEAT, JANE 

Beaumont 



WILLIAMSON, RICHARD 

San Antonio 
WILEY, JEFF 

Corpus Christi 
WOODS, WILTON 

Seguin 



JUNIORS 




NANETTE DUPONT 
TREASURER 



SKIPPY LEFFLER 
PRESIDENT 



DAVID TUTT 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



147 




ALDRICH, CATHY 

Houston 
ALGER, KATHY 

Houston 
ARANKI, JOE 

Jerusalem, Jordan 



ARNOLD, LINDA 

McAllen 
AYCOCK, DIANE 

Trinity 
BALLARD, SHIRLEY 

Carthage 



BANKER, DAVID 

Wharton 
BARBEE, JACK 

Crockett 
BATES, RICK 

Robstown 



BEAR, JOHN 

Crockett 
BEARDEN, RON 

Dallas 
BINA, PATTI 

Dallas 



BINION, EMMA LEE 

Houston 
BLAGG, TOMMY SUE 

Austin 
BOWMAN, DENNIS 

Harlingen 



BRAMLETT, SHERRY 

Baytown 
BRAY, JOAN 

Dallas 
BRAZZIEL, ANN 

Palestine 



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SOPHOMORES 






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BROWNE, BARRY 

San Antonio 
BURKE, JACKIE 

Dallas 
BUTTERWORTH, CAROL 

Houston 



CALDWELL, ROWENA 
Houston 

CATER, ANN 

Temple 
CHAPMAN, DEE 

Hewitt 



CHOATE, CAROL BETH 

La Marque 
CLARK, STEVE 

Austin 
CLECKLEY, BARBARA 

Waco 



CLENDENIN, benny 

Dallas 
COCKRELL, CAROL 

San Antonio 
COOKE, CRAY 

Dallas 



COOKSTON, RONNIE 
Tyler 

COWEN, LIBBY 
Midland, Louisiana 

CRADDOCK, BERTA 
Colorado City 



CROOM, RONNIE 

Houston 
DARSEY, NELL 

Crockett 
DENNY, DAVE 

Peru, Indiana 





DUNN, DARRAH 

Grand Junction 
EASTERLY, DONNA ABBOTT 

Hondo 
EBY, BOB 

Austin 



I think this Christmas card will be fine. 





EVANS, JOAN 

Framingham Center, Massachusetts 
FISCHER, MARCY 

Kingsville 
FLEMING, DELRYN 

San Angelo 



FLEMMING, SUSAN 

Houston 
FROSCH, VANCE 

Midland 
FULLER, NELSON 

League City 



GERMER, BILL 

Refugio 
GREENE, HARRY 

Fort Worth 
GRUBBS, CAROLYN 

Houston 



SOPHOMORES 



HARDT, BETTY 

Beaumont 
HARRIS, TEMPLE 

Houston 
HAYDEN, TIM 

Harlingen 



HEARN, BETSY 

Lake Jackson 
HENDERSON, SHERRILL 

Benavides 
HEWITT, WES 

Silver Springs, Maryland 



HINSHAW, CONNIE 

Bellaire 
HOEPFNER, JUDY 

Corpus Christi 
HOLIMAN, ANITA 

Edinburgh 




HOOPER, DIANE 
College Station 




HOUSE, BILL 

Bryan 
HOWREY, MARY ANN 

El Paso 
HOYT, ARCHIE 

Hearne 



151 




HUGHES, PHIL 

Houston 
JETER, TOM 

Ennis 
JOHNSON, JACK 

Fort Worth 



JOHNSON, KENT 

Austin 
JOHNSTON, BILL 

Centerville 
KING, LYNDA 

Bandera 



KNOWLES, PETE 

Uvalde 
KUYKENDALL, KIRK 

Sugarland 
LaQUEY, BARBARA 

Dallas 



LEE, LARRY 

Dallas 
LEFFLER, SKIPPY 

Georgetown 
LEONARD, SHARON 

Brownsville 



LITTLE, JOE 

Crystal Gty 
LOFTIN, MARTHA 

Houston 
LOWREY, MARTIE 

Temple 



McCONATHY, ROBIN 

Beaumont 
McCOTTER, SUSAN 

Houston 
McGUIRE, PAT 

Austin 



152 



SOPHOMORES 





McKIMMEY, DIANNE 

Sinton 
McMULLEN, JOHN 

Weslaco 
MARTIN, BILL 

Fort Worth 



MATHISON, LYN 

Alvin 
MATTHEWS, NEAL 

Georgetown 
MAYFIELD, JUDY 

Waco 



MILLER, BRYAN 

Jarrell 
MIMS, SUSAN 

San Antonio 
MOORE, DAVID 

Galena Park 



MORGAN, PATRICIA 

Houston 
MORRISON, JONATHAN 

Houston 
MORROW, JACKIE 

Houston 



MUNSON, NANCY 

Lockhart 
MURRAY, SANDY 

Temple 
MYERS, TOM 

Fort Worth 



NANCE, DAN 

Houston 
NELSON, CERICE 

New Braunfels 
NILES, BILL 

Wichita Falls 





Really, David, I'm sure 
Dean Richards suspects 
something. 



PAYSSE, GLENN 

Galveston 
PEARSON, JUNE 

Freeport 




OZIER, DEE 

Houston 



OZMUN, JOHN 
Houston 




PENNINGTON, JERRY 

Orange 
PERKINS, GUY 

Fort Worth 
PERKINS, JUDY 

Lampasas 



POLLARD, BILLY 

Houston 
POPE, NANCY 

Granger 
POTTS, JODONNE 

Waco 



PRYOR, ROBERT 

Baytown 
PUTMAN, LOU ANN 

Wichita Falls 
QUILLIAN, MARY ANN 

Waco 



SOPHOMORES 



REDD, JIMMY 

LaPorte 
RENFRO, PAT 

Bay City 
RETZLAFF, LOUISE 

Elgin 




REYNOLDS, JOHN 

Houston 
RICHARDSON, SUSAN 

Snyder 
SAVAGE, RANDY 

Houston 



SAUER, BOB 

Waco 
SCHAUB, MARGARET 

Houston 
SCHLECTE, CINDY 

Plainview 





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SHEPPERD, REX. 
Houston 



SCHNAUFER, DENNIS 

La Marque 
SEALE, JOHN 

Del Rio 
SHEPPARD, JOHN BEN 

Odessa 



"I never knew orientation 
would be anything like 
this!" 




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SHERWOOD, BOB 

Houston 
SHIRLEY, MARY AUBRA 

Houston 
SIMMS, JANE 
Frunkston 



SMITH, LARRY 

Pasadena 
SPRING, GARY 

Uvalde 
STEPHENS, MIKE 

Bellaire 



THOMPSON, GERRY 
Abilene 

TIPTON, CHARLES 

Weslaco 
TUTT, DAVID 

Waco 



VANDERGHEM, ANDRES 
Lima, Peru 

WANG, PHILIP 

Malaya 
WARNER, GEORGE 

Texas City 



WEBB, RITA 

Dallas 
WICHMAN, MARC 

Lufkin 
WILLIAMS, MARILYN 

Copperas Cove 



WIRTH, JOHN 

Santa Rosa 
YARBROUGH, SUSAN 

Dallas 
ZIMMERMAN, WANDA 

Brownsville 



156 





RONNIE HALE - VICE PRES. 
MARY UNDERWOOD - SECRETARY 



LYNN PIZZITOLA - PRES. 
BUTCH MOOMAW - VICE-PRES. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 



157 



ADAMSON, JOANN 

Bishop 
ADRIAN, RON 

Refugio 
ALEMAN, MARTIN 

Georgetown 



ALLISON, GEORGE 

Uvalde 
ATKINSON, JAY 

Houston 
ATKISON, NAOMI 

Harvvood 



BAKER, JANE 

Houston 
BALLARD, BILL 

Uvalde 
BARR, BILL 

Dallas 





BAUMAN, JANET 

Odessa 
BAZAR, CRAIG 

San Juan 
BEHRENS, GEORGE 

Houston 



BELL, HARVEY 

Llano 
BETIN, IRENE 

Dallas 
BETTCHER, WENDIE 
Houston 



BIRD, GARY 

New York, New York 
BOHMFALK, ROBERT 

Uvalde 
BOOTH, COURTNEY 

Houston 



FRESHMEN 




BOWYER, JUDY 
Houston 



BRADFORD, ANN 
Houston 



BROTHERTON, ALAN 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 



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John Rice and a typical scene in Ruter. 



BROWN, BECKY 

Ennis 
BROWN, MELVIN 

Magnolia 
BROWNE, SAM 

Sealy 



BRYSON, RACHEL 

Bertram 
BUNN, HARRIET 

Beaumont 

CALLAWAY, SYLVIA 

Fort Worth 



CANNON, CAROL 

Thornton 
CANTWELL, JAMES 

Hinsdale, Illinois 
CARLSON, DIANE 

Austin 









CARLSON, MARIAN 

Fort Worth 
CARSRUD, ALAN 

Fort Worth 
CASKEY, SARAH 

Florence 



CAYTON, LAURA 

Livingston 
CHADWICK, SARA 

Dallas 
CHIAO, DICKY 

Hong Kong 



CHILES, JANIE 

San Antonio 
CHRISTMAN, SUSIE 

San Marcos 
COLE, CLAIRE 

Bryan 





COLE, JULIA 

Tow 
COLE, LARRY 

Georgetown 

COLLEY, JIM 

San Antonio 



COLLINS, JULIE 
Duluth, Minnesota 

CONNELL, JIM 

Fort Worth 
COOPER, LINDA 

Texas City 



CRANE, LES 

San Antonio 
CROSS, HARVEY 

Kingsville 
CUBBERLY, MIMI 

Houston 



FRESHMEN 



DANIEL, GAYLE 

Abilene 
DANIEL, TOMMY 

Cleburne 
DAWSON, MARK 

Corsicana 



DEATON, DEANNE 

San Antonio 
DICKERSON, CHRISSIE 

Dallas 
DOUGLAS, SCOTT 

Austin 



DUNKIN, MARY 

San Antonio 
DUREN, NORMAN 

Beaumont 
EAST, JON 

Carthage 





ELLIOTT, CARLA 

Abilene 
EMERSON, BEVERLY 

Houston 
ERICSON, FRANCES 

Fort Worth 



FAGAN, DAVID 

Houston 
FERGUSON, SHARON 

San Antonio 
FERGUSON, TOM 

Richardson 



FISHER, ANN 

Gladewater 
FLEMING, NAN 

Houston 
FLEMING, RICHARD 

Dallas 



161 




FLOWER, SCOTT 

Great Neck, New York 
FOWLER, ANN 

Houston 
FOSTER, JOHN 

Cleburne 



FRAZER, NANCY 

Houston 
FULLER, SANDRA 

League City 
FULTON, CHERRYL 

Dallas 



GARDNER, PERRY 

Houston 
GARRETT, BETTY 

Georgetown 
GELDMEIER, GANA 

Cotulla 



GILLILAND, BOB 

Cleburne 
GRADY, LONNIE 

Refugio 



GUSTAFSON, BRENDA 

Lyford 
GUTOWSKY, CHET 

McAllen 



HALE, RONNIE 
San Antonio 

HALL, LAMOINE 
Fort Worth 



FRESHMEN 



162 





HANCOCK, CHARLOTTE 

Missouri City 

HARRIS, ED 

Galveston 

HARRIS, LEWIS 
Houston 




Zeta's greet new pledges after 
a busy week of rush. 



HARRIS, SARAH 

Dallas 
HAUG, LANA 

Houston 
HAYS, PAM 

Freeport 



HEATH, CAROL 

Houston 
HELDENFELS, KATHLEEN 

Beeville 
HERDER, MARY HELEN 

Weimar 



HEWELL, TERRY ANN 

Nixon 
HEWITT, SHERRY 

Silver Springs, Maryland 
HINEMAN, JOE 

Fort Worth 





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HOLM, RALPH 

Pecos 
HOPKINS, SARAH 

Houston 
HOUSE, JERRY 

Conroe 



HOUSE, JUDY 

Conroe 
HOWARD, ANITA 

Beeville 
HOWARD, SARAH JEAN 

Devine 



HUBBARD, LINDA 
Georgetown 

HUTCHINS, GINNY 

Burnet 
HUTH, PHIL 

Corpus Christi 




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ICKES, VIVIAN 

Georgetown 
IRWIN, MIKE 

Houston 
JACKSON, LENORE 

Lytle 



JANSEN, GEORGE 

Dickinson 
JONES, JUNELLA 

Beaumont 
JORDAN, CHARLES 

Stockdale 



KELLEY, CAROL 

San Angelo 
KELLOW, KEITH 

Houston 
KELLY, LEIGHTON 

Austin 



FRESHMEN 



KING, TERI 

Houston 
KINGSBURY, DOUG 

Houston 
KOIVULA, BETTY 

Houston 



LAWRENCE, JAMES 

Taylor 
LEWIS, HARRIET 

Austin 

LEWIS, SUDIE 
Lampasas 



LINDSAY, PHIL 

Bartlett 
LIVINGSTON, SANDY 

Austin 
LOCKETT, BILLY 

San Antonio 





LORTON, JUDY 

Houston 
LOVE, DAVID 

Brookline, Massachusetts 

LOVE, JO LYNN 
Lufkin 



LUCAS, EDDIE 

Pasadena 
LUTHER, PAULETTE 

Houston 
McBEE, PAT 

Houston 



McBURNETT, BARRY 

Robstown 
McDERMOTT, SANDRA 

La Marque 
McDOUGAL, MIKE 

Hempstead 



165 




McKINLEY, BOBBIE 
Corpus Christi 

MACALLISTER, SID 
Weimar 

MAGEE, BILL 
Robstown 



MARONEEY, ANNE 

Leander 
MARSHALL, JOHN 

Waco 
MASON, BETH 

Dallas 



MASSEY, HOLMAN 

Scott Air Force Base, Illinois 
MATTHEWS, CORT 

Georgetown 

MATTHIAS, GARY 
Houston 



MILLIKEN, CHARLES 

Houston 
MITCHELL, PORTER 

Houston 
MONAGIN, JANICE 

Uvalde 





Aife^t Aife 





A dance in the Union Building brings the 
entire campus together for a good time. 



FRESHMEN 



166 




MONAGIN, JOHN 

Uvalde 



MONTGOMERY, MARY 

Houston 



MOOMAW, BUTCH 

San Francisco, California 







Mr. Mangum 



MOORE, BOB 

Bellaire 
MOORES, LYN 

Dallas 
MURDY, PAULA 

Houston 



MURPHREE, PAT 
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

MURRAY, ELLEN 
Fort Worth 

NACHOD, NORMAN 
Houston 



NAEGELIN, NANCY 

New Braunfels 
NICHOLS, MARYNETTE 

Centerville 
NICHOLS, NANCY 

Houston 




NICHOLSON, LILLIAN 

Dilley 
NIEBUHR, BECKY 

Austin 
NOBLIN, DAVID 

Dallas 



ODEN, JOHN 

Pecos 
OEHLER, DON 

Killeen 

O'GORMAN, MARILYN 
Houston 



PALMER, SUELEN 

Bellaire 
PARKER, JOE 

Texas City 
PATTERSON, PAT 

Houston 






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PATTERSON, SANDRA 

Georgetown 
PINGER, RICHARD 

Houston 
PIZZITOLA, LYNN 

Houston 



POOLE, JOHNNY 

El Campo 
POULSON, FRANCES 

Beaumont 
PRESLEY, LYNN 
El Campo 



PRICE, HANK 
Fort Worth 

RAGAN, BECKY 
Dallas 

RAMSEY, NELL 
Austin 



FRESHMEN 




Carol Hintgen and Carol Heath 




Scene from pie eating contest at K.A. Derby Day 




RAMSEY, SHEILA 

Peoria, Elinois 
RATHERT, RHONWYN 

Del Rio 
RAWLINS, DICK 

Dallas 



RICE, JOHN 

Cleburne 
RILEY, PAT 

Rotan 
ROBERTSON, WAYNE 

San Antonio 



ROEDIGER, LINDA 

Houston 
ROUNSAVILLE, EDWARD 

Milford, New Jersey 
RUST, JOHN 
Houston 



169 




SAMPLEY, DON 

Fort Worth 
SARINGER, JOHN 

Dallas 

SATTERWHITE, JANIS 
Lufkin 



SCHARBIUS, BERNIE 

Rockdale 
SCHRIBER, MARGIE 

Austin 
SCHRUM, JAKIE 

Sugar Land 



SCOTT, PAT 

Dallas 
SHERMAN, TERRY 

Houston 
SHOPLAND, MURIEL 

Dallas 



SHULT, LINDA 

Columbus 
SLEDGE, RONALD 

Houston 
SMITH, JAN 

Fort Worth 



STAMPS, NANCY 

San Antonio 
STAPLES, ALICE 

Houston 
STARKE, SANDRA 

Houston 



STEINER, JOE 

Pasadena 
STEWART, TOMMY 

Marietta 
STEWART, TYLEE 

McGregor 



170 



FRESHMEN 





STREET, JUDY 
Fort Worth 



SUMNER, PATTI 

Carrollton 



SURKO, SUSAN 
Houston 




You're not really going to take our picture? 



SUTTON, SARAH 

Beautmont 
SWAN, DANA 

Robstown 

SWANNACK, JOHN 
Houston 



SWENSON, DAVENE 

Elgin 
TEMPLER, JAMES 

Uvalde 
TIMM, JOHN 

Houston 





TRACY, DEBBY 

Houston 
UNDERWOOD, MARY 

Lisbon, Wisconsin 
VAN AMBURGH, VENITA 

Houston 




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Rest easy, your army is alert. 



VAN WYK, WYM 

Waco 
WALLACE, DAVID 

Dallas 
WALTHALL, SARAH 

San Antonio 



WATKINS, MARK 

Groves 
WEAVER, DONNA 

Houston 
WEISS, JOHN 

Austin 




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WENDT, JANE 

Midland 
WHEELER, RUTH 

Cornwall, Pennsylvania 
WHITE, BILL 

Dallas 




WHITE, LINDA 
Bellaire 





"You mean he was 
once a pledge, too?" 




WHITECOTTON, FRED 

Uvalde 

WHITTINGTON, HALLIE 

Galveston 

WILLIAMSON, BOB 

Houston 



WILSON, DAVID 

Kerrville 
WOOLWINE, VIRGINIA 

Austin 
ZERR, LINDA 

San Antonio 



FRESHMEN 



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VARSITY 



INTRAMURAL 




VARSITY 



ATHLETICS 



BASKETBALL 



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Coach Myron H. Dees 



Rudy Ayles — Student Manager 



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Dave Denny scores another 2 points against Texas Wesleyan. 




Dick Shook shoots a quick jump 
shot from the corner. 




Coach Dees and some quick strategy during a time out. 



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Ray Calderon 
Freshman 
Houston, Texas 

Don Dailey 

Senior 

Gas City, Indiana 

Dave Denny 
Sophomore 
Peru, Indiana 





Lynn Funk 
Sophomore 
Houston. Texas 

Lynn Hendrick 
Sophomore 
Houston, Texas 



Herbert Howard 
Freshman 
Smithville, Texas 




Mike Jones 
Sophomore 
Pasadena, Texas 




Sometimes the tightest part of the game is before you go in. 



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John Kelly 
Sophomore 
Houston, Texas 

Ronnie Kettler 
Junior 
Brenham, Texas 

Phil Lindsay 
Freshman 
Bartlett, Texas 



Billy Losak 
Sophomore 
Bellmead, Texas 




Sandy Reed 
Junior 
Georgetown, Texas 

Eddie Rundell 
Freshman 
Austin, Texas 



Dick Shook 
Senior 
Logansport, Indiana 

Jakie Schrum 
Freshman 
Sugarland, Texas 

Jim Vance 
Senior 
Logansport, Indiana 



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BASEBALL 



Front Row: George Warner, Weldon Hendrick, Tom Vickers, Jay Price, Jerry House, Lewis Harris. 

Second Row: Coach Myron Dees, Mike Jones, John McMullen, Billy Losak, Herbert Howard, Don Dailey, David Wallace. 

Not Pictured : Lynn Pizzitola. 



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TENNIS 

From left to right: Bill Watts, Rex Shepperd, John Walker, James Connell, Coach David Switzer, Mike Stevens, Nell Darsey. 



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INTRAMURAL SPORTS 




FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS— PHI DELTA THETA 

Front Row: Denham, Jeter, Knowles, Wichman, Butler, Vickers, Greer, Magee, Magee. 

Second Row: Reynolds, Lipscombe, Ramsey, Dillee, Baker, Sledge, House, Pollard, Connell, Douglas. 

Third Row: Spiekerman, White, Middlebrook, Chancellor, Walker, McBurnett, Bird, Pitts. 



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OFFENSIVE ALL-INTRAMURAL TEAM 1964 
First Row: Sid MacAllister, Pete Knowles, John Swannack, Robert Chancellor. Second 
Row: Ken Lipscombe, Ronald Dillee, David Wallace, Tom Vickers, Joe Little. (Not 
pictured Gerald Hill) 




DEFENSIVE ALL- INTRAMURAL TEAM 1964 
First Row: Phil Hughes, Edgar Wuthrich, Ray MacAllister. Second Row: George 
Behrens, Les Crane, Mac Burnes (Not pictured Bitsie Butler, Larry Safarik, Hank 
Price, Eddie Glasscock.) 



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BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS— INDEPENDENTS 
First Row: Trevino, Thomas, Lea veil, Williams, Middlebrook. Second Row: Hill, Bashum, Frosch, Smith, Hill, Harris, 
Denny. 




BASEBALL CHAMPIONS— PHI DELTA THETA 

First Row: Jeter, Baker, Knowles, McGee, Vance, Thomas, Pollard. Second Row: Hughes, Swartz, House, Chancellor, Fagan, 
Sullivan, Lipscombe, Eby. 



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The Pikes and the Phi's seemed to 
play on the muddiest day of the year. 




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VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS— PHI DELTA THETA 

Front Row: Thomas, Wichman, Vickers, Reynolds. 
Second Row: House, Vance, Walker, Chancellor, Butler. 



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BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS— INDEPENDENTS 

Front Row: Jeanne Brown, Rowena Caldwell, Sandy 
Murphee, Pat Murphee, Judy Jackson. 
Second Row: Gana Geldmeier, Sarah Harris, Sharon 
Virden, Carolyn Grubbs, Ann Fowler. 



A scene from the Zeta — Phi Mu game which perhaps 
portrays the spirit of girl's basketball. 



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Sandra Murphee returns the ball to Karen 
McDonald during the Independent-Tri-Delt 
game. 





VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS— INDEPENDENTS 
Front Row: Pat Murphee, Sandy McDermott, Sharon Virden, Gana Geldmeier, Jeanne Brown, Sandy 
Murphee, Ann Fowler. Second Row: Delores Baker, Gaire Cole, Anita Harris, Judy Jackson, Sara 
Harris, Ruth Wheeler. 



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The Southwestern Track Team 




INTRAMURALS . . . 



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GREEKS 





From left to right: Ann Cater— Treasurer, Margaret Schaub — Vice President, Barry Simmons — President, Becky Lawson- 
Secretary, Dorothy Bohmfalk — Social Chairman, and Janet Durst. 






WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC 



The Women's Panhellenic is responsible for establishing a formal rela- 
tionship between the sororities and making the necessary plans for such 
events as Fall Rush, or intra-sorority projects. 



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Front Row: Ronnie Hale, Mike Douglas, Lynn Greer, John Sheppard, Bitsie Butler, Joe McCorkle. Second Row: John Raish, 
John Swartz, David Rust, Skippy Leffler, Robert Chancellor, Mike Strange, Ronnie Kettler, John Worth. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The Interfraternity Council regulates the different fraternity interactions 
such as rush regulations and procedures or any other problems which may 
arise during the year. Representatives are sent from each fraternity with 
a rotating president being chosen in turn from a different fraternity each 
year. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 



Dorothy Bohmfalk 
President 
Sharon Brown 
1st Vice Pres. 
Phyllis Tadlock 
2nd Vice Pres. 
Bobbie Sellers 
Recording Sec. 
Mary Shirley 



Mary Underwood 
Dianne Frazer 
Donna Reid 
Cindy Schlecte 
Betha Cox 
Terry Ann Hewell 
Susan Flemming 




Florence Hewell 
Treasurer 

Carolyn McConnell 
Nancy Nichols 
Ellen Terry 
Pam Rozelle 
Gail Smith 



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Fara Snow 
Joan Bray 
Sherry Bramlett 
June Pearson 
Beverly Stewart 




Harriet Lewis 
Phyllis Kidson 
Judy House 
Sharon Barr 



Sharon Hewitt 
Charlotte Mclntyre 
Frances Poulson 



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Tommie Lucas 
Margo Gard 
Martha Thrasher 
Barbara LaQuey 
Ann Wadsworth 




Sandra Pennington 
Beverly Emerson 
Judy Ledbetter 
Joy Merritt 
Jo Layne Reese 
Jo Lynn Love 




Sudie Lewis 
Sandy Frederick 
Jan McFatridge 
Pat Scott 
Sandra Schramm 
Sandra Starke 
Diane Hooper 



Mary Catherine Reed 
Becky Brown 
Carolyn Granberry 
Kathy Alger 
Roberta Craddock 
Jan Mclntyre 



Virginia Peterson 
Susan McCook 
Dorothy Slaughter 
Judy Stone 
Nancy Naegelin 



Ann Alloway 
Pam Byrd 
Lou Jane Simms 
Courtney Booth 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Mary Evelyn McShane 
Judy Vanston 
Sara Sutton 
Maetha Pierce 
Sara Wathall 
Carol Cockrell 
Jan Smith 



Janet Mansford 
President 
Dee Chapman 
Vice President 
June Chase 
Recording Sec. 
Pat Riley 
Corres. Sec. 



Sharon Langford 
Treasurer 
Nan Fleming 
Mimi Cubberly 
Janice Monagin 
Pam Wilkinson 




Janet Wilkinson 
Janet Bauman 
Wendi Bettcher 
Jane Baker 
Cindy Ayers 




Sue Bitner Vickers 
Jo Ella Simon 
Barry Simons 



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Lou Ann Putman 
Karen Carter 
Ann Oliver 
Ann Overton 
Jody Williamson 



Janie Chiles 
Mary Ann Howrey 
Suelen Palmer 
Susan Richardson 
Judy Love 
Susan Mims 




Mary K. Fisher 
Vickie Baer 
Nanette Dupont 
Ann Kelly 
Melissa Northern 
Susan Luckel 
Connie Henshaw 



Mary Montgomery 
Molly Lacy 
Linda Birdwell 
Jo Ann Horeczy 
Bronwen Morgan 
Karen McDonald 



Barbara Barkley 
Gerry Thompson 
Jane Wendt 
Nelda Day 
Betsy Hearn 



Janis Chiles 
Sharon Marshall 
Pam Hall 
Elizabeth Cowen 



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DELTA ZETA 



Helen Medley 
President 
Delryn Fleming 
1st Vice Pres. 



Pamela Hays 
Melody Hudson 
Pat Renfro 
Mona Lowman 
Ann O'Bannon 
Dee Ozier 




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Marlyn Williams 
Ann Rawlings 
Martha Loftin 
Linda Arnold 



Becky Ragan 
Anita Holiman 



Grace Evans 
Margaret Schuab 
Ann Bradford 
Joyce Partain 



Kerry Skarien 
Bobbie McKinley 
Carol Kelly 
Linda White 
Judy Bowyer 




Mary Nichols 
Nancy Pope 
Judy Perkins 
Pat McGuire 
Shirley Insall 
Marcy Fischer 



Patti Sumner 
Janis Sallerwhite 
Fey DeLaune 
Judy Cole 
Temple Harris 



Phyllis Rose 
Kay Johnson 
Anita Wiggs 
Eileen Paxton 



Linda Cooper 
Sunnye Stegall 
Nancy Frazer 



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PHI MU 



Marilyn McCullough 
President 
Judy Gilbert 
Vice President 
Carla Clemans 
Secretary 



Ceorgia Martin 
Treasurer 
Carol Sims 
Pledge Trainer 
Alice Ann Allen 
Ruth Lloyd 
Sandy Morrow 





Susie Christman 
Carole Cates 
Janet Roseman 



Linda Main 
Pat Morgan 



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Judy Gilizean 
Becky Lawson 
Irene Maxted 




Mary Ann Quillian 
Cherryl Fulton 
Margaret Murrell 
Charlotte Hancock 
Linda Shult 



Vicky Jonte 
Donna Weaver 
Mary Hintgen 



Carol Heath 
Davene Swenson 
Nancy Clemans 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 



Emily Griffin 
President 
Jane Wheat 
Vice President 



Donna Goodenough 
Ritual Chairman 
Dianne McKimmey 
Carol Cannon 
Sharon Ferguson 
Kay Kilpatrick 





Judy Mayfield 
Secretary 
Dianne Aycock 
Treasurer 
Janie Sandall 
Rush Chairman 



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Carla Elliott 
Sarah Harris 
Ann Cater 
Lynn Presley 



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Deanna Holm 
Ann Brazziel 
Betty Sewell 
Frances Ericson 



Carol Dengler 
Judi Russell 
Mary McGill 
Betty Hardt 
Barbara Burke 
Shelia Ramsey 




Jan Sullivan 
Peggy Nixon 
Susan Lee 
Carolyn King 
Nell Ramsey 
Lou Ellen Menefee 
Nell Darsey 



Linda Mannas 
Betsy Marshall Wiley 
Mary Pat Moffitt 
Myrna Davidson 
Elise McCree 
Judy Lorton 



Martie Lowry 
Judy Hoepfner 
Janice Alexander 
Alice Staples 
Jean Haug 



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KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 



Ronnie Kettler 
President 
John Ozniun 
Vice President 
Mike Douglas 
Recording Sec. 
Rex Shepperd 
Historian 
Robert Pryor 
Treasurer 



David Wilson 
Richard Goodell 
James Blakewell 
Jim Smith 
Bill Calhoun 
Sandy Reed 



George Behrens 
Richard Rawlins 
Bill Collins 
Clark Morian 
Joel Conant 
Randy Savage 
Boh Sturdevant 



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Tom Rogers 
Gary Vincent 
Frank Landrum 



Cleddie Vickers 
Jack Barbee 
Franklin Allen 
Rudy Ayles 
John Robertson 



Kirk Kuykendall 
Lynn Funk 
Sid Langston 
Bryon Behrens 
John Odom 
Al Barrier 




Dan Atkinson 
Steve Cherry 
Tom Maness 
Dennis Rae 
Doug Doolittle 
Mike Irwin 
Gary Scott 



Jack Johnson 
Don Samply 
Angie Smith 
Jim Weidler 
J. T. Price 
Ralph Holm 



Bob Williamson 
Jakie Schrumm 
Tom Harrison 
Doug Kenny 
Lewis Harris 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



Mike Strange 
Vice President 
Joe Little 
Treasurer 
Pat Garret 
Secretary 



Bill Colegrove 
Pledge Trainer 
John Worth 
Vance Phillips 
Mike McDougal 
John Rice 





Roy Garrison* 
Russell Ramsey 
Jerry Neal 



Robert Sauer 
Joseph Parker 



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Larry Glazner 
Philip Peterson 
Tim Hayden 




Bruce Matthews 
Terry Simon 



Joseph McCorkle 
Ted Low 
Tom McCulloch 
Hank Smith 
Hank Price 



Guy Perkins 
Richard Eckhardt 
Chet Gutowsky 
John Shepperd 



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PHI DELTA THETA 



Bitsie Butler 
President 
John Walker 
Vice President 
Ken Lipscombe 
Secretary 
James Herbort 
Treasurer 



Bill House 
Alumni Secretary 
Nick Nicholson 
Pledge Trainer 
Mark Wichman 
James Connell 
Robert Chancellor 
David Fagan 



Bill Brock 
Jerry House 
Norman Nachod 
Bill Baker 
Pete Knowles 
David McBurnet 
Bob Eby 



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Robert Parvin 
Roland Sledge 
Bill Magee 
Phil Hughes 
Tom Vickers 
Jim Vance 



Drew Patterson 
Harvey Bell 
Ronny Dillee 
Lynn Greer 
Jack Ramsey 



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Billy Pollard 
Mike Spiekerman 
Bill Ballard 
George Allison 
Sandy Livingston 



Gary Tulloch 
Eddie Pitts 
Pat Paterson 
Dick Shook 
Doak Proctor 
Mike Holt 




Scott Fuller 
Bill Germer 
Dane Evans 
Bill White 
Bill Martin 
Jack Thomas 
Gary Bird 



Tom Jeter 
Kenneth Jacobson 
John Swartz 
George Lindsey 
John Reynolds 
Mark Dawson 



Robert Sherwood 
Jim Denham 
Richard Fleming 
Doug Kingsbury 
Rick Barnow 



Wade Sullivan 
Steve Couch 
Bill Johnson 
Mrs. Wuest 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Bill Watts 
President 
Skippy Leffler 
Vice President 
David Tutt 
Recording Sec. 
Richard Lehman 
Corres. Sec. 



Jin Aderholt 
Pledge Trainer 
Rohert Abel 
Treasurer 
Davy Davis 
Curt Schiller 
Les Crane 



Ed Biggers 
David Rust 
Ronald Drager 
Wilson Revis 
Bernard Scharbius 
Johnny Poole 



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Billy Lockett 
James Templer 
Bryan Miller 
Gary Leavell 
Angus Hendrick 



John Raish 
Jerry Hallman 
Mike Stephens 
Edgar Wuthrich 
Fred Whitecotton 



John Swannack 
John Marshall 
Arch Adams 
Leighton Kelly 
Gary Matthias 
Lynn White 




Robin Crow 
Ben Oefinger 
Joe Swick 
Ronny Adrian 
Charles Tipton 
John McMullen 
Mark Watkins 



Ronnie Hale 
Jack Bodden 
Lynn Pizzitola 
Robin McConathy 
John Saringer 
Lanny Naegelin 



John Atkin 
John Seale 
T. J. Odiorne 
Gene Davis 
Richard Pinger 



Dennis Schnaufer 
George Ti dwell 
Barry Brown 
Mr. E. C. True 



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Phi Delta Theta 



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Kappa Alpha Order 








Kappa Sigma 



Kappa Alpha Order 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



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Phi Mu 




Pi Kappa Alpha 



216 





Delta Delta Delta 



Kappa Alpha Order 



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Delta Delta Delta 





Kappa Alpha 



Kappa Sigma 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



Kappa Alpha Order 




Alpha Delta Pi 



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Delta Delta Delta 



Phi Delta Theta 



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